Erasmus for All
This European Commission initiative seeks to strengthen and broaden the training of teachers and researchers to improve quality of tuition across Europe and to smooth the transition of European students into the labour market.
Erasmus for All has been proposed as part of the Europe 2020 Strategy and will benefit from a sizeable budget, making it a strong statement of commitment to the future of Europe, bringing together higher education, vocational training, lifelong learning and volunteer services to foster a spirit of cooperation between education institutions across the continent.
The programme is scheduled to begin in 2014.
The Pablo Neruda Programme is an academic mobility initiative for postgraduate students in Ibero-America countries, within the framework of the Ibero-American Knowledge Area. It aims to promote regional integration through institutional cooperation, helping to improve the capabilities of students and staff alike.
The countries involved in the program are Spain, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay, each of which has identified priority study areas that will shape its participation in the different sub-programs and the calls for participation it organizes.
Full information on programme requirements and calls for participation can be found on the website of the Ibero-American Knowledge Area (information in Spanish).